dltv 221 episode
Run time 33:47Producer pcmagAudio/Visual sound, colorLanguage English
A Final Look at the 2008 Game Developers Conference and More!
What's new in Episode 221
• Garnett Lee, Senior Editor-Reviews of the 1UP Network joins Robert this week on the DL.TV set.
• Our Viewer Tech Pic of the Week is from George of Bartlett, IL.
• Gadgets from GDC: EyeTech, Guitar Rising, the Zalman Trimon and the Zalman FPS GUN FG1000.
• Garnett shows off a couple of inventive independent games: Crayon Physics Deluxe and Fez as well as the Unreal Engine 3 tech demo.
• Robert's favorite web game Desktop Tower Defense. And PS3 owners, Garnett suggests you keep and eye out for Pixel Junk Monsters.
• Our viewer question is from Tom in Fremont, CA:
OK, so the HD media wars are now over. Since Blu-ray is the winner, I went and bought a PS3. It's the best deal out there for a good Blu-ray 1.1 player. So, now I would like to know what is a good Blu-ray disc to buy that will really show off the capabilities of the PS3? What movie out there on Blu-ray is the best for this?
For info about BD's (Blu-ray disc's) Profiles, you can checkout Blu-Ray Profiles on Wikipedia.
• Hulu.com has been ever so kind to give us more beta invites. Go to the Hulu/DL.TV page for more invites. Looks as if you guys wanted to check out the site. They gave us a total of 3100 invites. Get yours before they are all gone.
• On our March 6th show, next week, Loyd Case -Editor of Extremetech.com- will be joining us.
He will be answering as many of your questions as he can. So if you have a question for Loyd...ie. Graphics Cards, Motherboards, Processors, How to set up your lan party...Send us an email with "Ask Loyd" in the subject line.
• Folding@Home Update: We are still holding at Number 13. However, Jason from Cincinnati is hooking us up with some serious fire power. He is a IT Director for a private school and has about 950 machines at the school. He will be deploying the F@H client to as many of the machines as he can. He said that from the hours of 4pm to 7am, 400 computers are in idle. I think we, and Stanford, can use an extra 400 CPUs folding away. Don't you? Thank you Jason!
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